Google is also in the business of providing cellular service. The Project Fi network hops between T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular to keep users connected. It’s a great option for those who want basic cell service and don’t require a ton of mobile data. Project Fi has been out for a while now and Google has decided to make it more cheap and easy to use. It has introduced a family plan for Project Fi.
Existing Project Fi users can now add up to fix people on their plan. They will have to pay $15 per month per user and for this, they receive unlimited talk and text. This brings down the cost from $20 which individual users are required to pay when they come to Project Fi. Google has maintained the $10 per GB rate for mobile data.
Users will only get charged for the amount of data that they use. So if they have 2GB of data on their plan which costs $20 per month but they only use 1GB, they will get $10 back. It allows users to set data limits for other users on their plan so that they can control how much data each person can use.
The only caveat here is that Project Fi works with just three handsets. You must have a Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P or Google’s new Pixel smartphone in order to use the service.